Empty City Lots turned into Urban Micro Farms to Grow Organic Food


John from goes on a field trip to Stone Throw Urban Farm in Minneapolis, MN to share with you how they are turning empty city lots to grow food.

In this episode, John will explain his ideas of the best use of a empty property in big cities to grow food to become more sustainable. You will also discover some of the techniques they use at Stone’s Throw Urban Farm to grow the majority of the year in the Minneapolis and St. Paul area. Next you will see a 2nd site that Stone’s Throw Urban Farm is farming and how they are doing it when they don’t have any water on their property. Finally John shares his ideas on how to get cities to be more proactive on getting vacant land used for urban farming to grow local food for local people.

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